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Samsonite Framelock Zipperless Hardside Spinner Luggage: 28" $139, 25" EXPIRED

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  • 25" Samsonite Framelock Zipperless Hardside Luggage Spinner
  • 28" Samsonite Framelock Zipperless Hardside Luggage Spinner
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When have you ever encountered an issue with regular looking checked baggage being too large in size? I just don't ever see it.
It's not the size, your right they don't measure, it's the weight that can get exceeded easily when a huge bag that weighs 12 lbs to begin with is checked. Much to my disappointment, my wife has exceeded the baggage weight limit with a lighter bag than this one.
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In for the 28". Was a pretty decent deal without the coupon but the coupon made this a really slick deal! Thanks OP! repped
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Great find, thanks for sharing. Was looking for a deal on this for a long time now, bought it immediately.
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I own a samsonite cruiseair dlx zipperless checked luggage size. Zipperless is the way to go because it's an extra level theft deterrent. I debating on purchasing this as carryon size to replace my aging 6yr old samsonite zipper one. The only thing I'm hesitant is because this is made out of ABS, PC is the way to go. All high end luggage hardshell cases are made out of PC bc it's superior. My cruise air dlx is PC.
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Few years ago I had a coworker visiting from Brazil. I've taken him to Samsonite outlet because he wanted to purchase zipperless suitcases. According to him at some countries baggage handlers cut the fabric of the zipper when zippers are locked. That's why he wanted the clasp style instead of zipper.
Something to think before deciding on suitcase style.
If you check it in( and you check in valuable items then it's better to get a zipperless, in BrZil they are cruel, Russians were more intelligent, just stick a sharp pen inside a zipper and then close it back, even if it's locked. If you fly to Russia try to fly to SVO airport, hub of Aeroflot, ex KGB general is a head of securitie, and last 5 years no stealing from
luggage. I guess people like to have all
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I would like to see something comparable as well if this "isn't a deal"...

Please show us what you mean
I don't have nothing to show but I bought one for $60 recently, and that is pretty much the normal prices for Samsonite luggages up to 28".
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Do these scratch easy when going through how airports handle checked bags?
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Clearly says made of PC! Where are you looking?
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I own a samsonite cruiseair dlx zipperless checked luggage size. Zipperless is the way to go because it's an extra level theft deterrent. I debating on purchasing this as carryon size to replace my aging 6yr old samsonite zipper one. The only thing I'm hesitant is because this is made out of ABS, PC is the way to go. All high end luggage hardshell cases are made out of PC bc it's superior. My cruise air dlx is PC.
Clearly says made of PC! Where are you looking?
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I travel quite a bit for business and sometimes vacations. I have always used soft sided 28" bags for longer trips. I have now had 3 soft sided bags destroyed, all via overseas trips. One had the fabric ripped off the base (fixable with good tape fortunately). The second one was less than a year old and had a side pocket zipper just ripped completely off (not due to a lock - unknown cause). The 3rd was my own fault. I left a TSA lock on it. Never do this for overseas travel, as customs will just cut the zipper's key "circles" right off to remove the lock and get into the bag.

Also, TSA can and does inspect some checked baggage on domestic flights. It isn't just customs. They do this if Xrays turn up anything suspicious looking (large liquids, face cream canisters, candles, etc.).
On your 3rd bag...you mean dont lock it at all?
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Samsonite website says weight is 8.1lb for 20 and 10lb for 25", similar to all hardsides. That is good. I had one zipper come apart at home while packing. Every time I see an open bag in plastic tray coming in the carousal at airport, I am scarred it is mine. This might be worth the extra money.
Many European airlines limit the weight of carry-on at 17.6 lbs (8kg).
Thus, the weight of the 20" piece itself eats up almost half of your allowance.
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Picked up the 25" due to the weight of the 28". This is just in time for my vacation. No more ripped suitcases!
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my last hard side case cracked (it did survive 5 years and 15 weeks of international travel) so not a huge deal. it was just a london fog brand, i imagine samsonite is better quality but dunno if hard side is so great.
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It's not baggage handlers who do that - it is customs.
I agree... TSA approved locks should be used, otherwise there's no way to keep TSA agents out of your luggage if the make a determination to search.
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Can't one just crack the combination or get TSA keys?
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